Last year a new estimate hit the news stands that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the oceans than actual fish. We know there is plastic in the ocean, but how does it get there? Whilst some individuals directly throw trash onto the beach, others might be unaware that the litter t
Sea Watch Foundation offers an excellent opportunity for up and coming marine scientists to gain valuable work experience with marine mammals. Sea Watch encourages GCSE level students to spend a week alongside our research interns collecting data from land and vessel based surveys and
Voting has closed and our new calf finally has a name! After putting it to the public vote, ‘Luna’ was the clear winner. The name entered by Johanna was championed by our Monitoring Officer Katrin after weird and wonderful Ravenclaw student Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter.
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